Many companies, from the smallest of country coal merchants to large multi-national oil suppliers owned or leased wagons. Many operators chose to paint their wagons in bright liveries as a travelling advertisement.

A model of an open wagon operated by the Tollemache Pulverised Coal Company and fitted with a ridged cover to ensure the powder product is not lost in transit.
Pulverised coal could be made to behave much like a fluid, so could be pumped and sprayed into furnace, allowing a very high rate of steam generation to be achieved. This system is still used in large coal-fired powerstations.

£12.95
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(Product Ref #23898)
Bachmann OO David Parsons & Son, Stour Colliery & Brickworks, Cradley Heath 5-Plank Open Wagon 37-066
A nicely detailed model of a 5 plank open wagons as owned by David Parsons & Son, proprietors of the Stour colliery and' brickworks at Cradley Heath.
£14.95
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(Product Ref #7590)
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-091 7 Plank End Door Open Coal Wagon Tredegar with Wagon Load.
A detailed model of a 7 plank private owner open wagon with end door operated by the Tredegar colliery company.
Wagon supplied complete with a load.
Era 3. 1923-1947
£16.95
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(Product Ref #33914)
Bachmann OO Coal Trader Triple Pack 5-Plank Wagons Weathered 37-097
Set of three five-plank open coal wagons in private owner liveries.
These wagons show evidence of some hard service in minerals traffic and various bodywork repairs.
£39.95
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(Product Ref #21742)
Bachmann OO Baldwin 7 Plank Fixed End Open Coal Wagon Weathered 37-114
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-114 7 Plank Fixed Ends Open Coal Wagon Baldwin of Bristol. Weathered.
A detailed model of a 7 plank private owner open wagon with fixed ends operated by coal merchant and factors Baldwin of Bristol.
Wagon supplied with a weathered finish.
Era 3. 1923-1947
£16.95
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(Product Ref #5401)
Bachmann OO BR ex-Private Owner 8 Plank End Door Open Coal Wagon Unpainted 37-209
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-209 8 Plank End Door Open Coal Wagon British Railways Rebuilt ex-Private Owner Wagon Unpainted Wood.
A detailed model of a 8 plank end door ex-private owner open wagon taken over by British Railways and rebuilt. Many of the early rebuilds were put into service with the wood body unpainted, as depiected on this model, though the lack of protection resulted in rapid deterioration of the planking and painting was resumed!
Era 4. 1948-1956
£16.95
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(Product Ref #4930)
Pack of three 16-ton steel mineral wagons finished as NCB colliery internal use wagons.

£38.95
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(Product Ref #94029)
Dapol OO Peak Lime Covered Lime Wagon 48 4F-017-007
A nicely detailed model of a covered lime wagon in the livery of Peak Lime.
These wagons had a distinctive ridged roof, a simple addition to a wagon built to the standard open coal design, which provided weather protection for the load.
£10.61
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(Product Ref #81886)
Dapol OO Atkinson & Prickett 16-Ton Steel Mineral Wagon 4F-030-007
Private-owner 16-ton steel bodied mineral wagons were quite unusual, the vast majority of these wagons being built for pooled use, however several operators needed specialised wagons.
This wagon is in service with Atkinson & Prickett of Hull, Grimsby, Goole and Immingham, being lettered for them to identify their wagons.
£10.61
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(Product Ref #74143)
Dapol OO West Park Dairy 6-Wheel Milk Tank 8 4F-031-039
Dapol OO Gauge 4F-031-039 6 Wheel Milk Tank Wagon West Park Dairy 8
6 wheel milk tank wagon painted in the chocolate brown livery of the West Park Dairy Company.
These distinctive tank wagons could be attached to express passenger trains to swiftly convey fresh milk to London. Often working a dialy round trip from country dairy to London and back these wagons are ideal tail traffic for your branch and local passenger trains.
£14.98
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Plain black and unlettered rectangular oil or tar tank wagon carrying RCH commuted charge markings for shunting and empty haulage.

£14.40
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(Product Ref #2844)
Dapol OO Wm. Butler, Tar Distillers of Bristol Rectangular Tank Wagon Weathered 4F-032-006

Wm. Butlers' tar tanker is a well-known wagon, its' photograph is frequently used to illustrate the rectangular tank wagon design.
These tank wagons were used to collect coal tar, a by-product of coal gas production, for refining to extract more useful petro-chemicals. Butlers' tar wagons would have travelled widely to collect raw materials from gas companies, particularly around the south-west and west midlands, supplying the companys' plants at Bristol and Gloucester.

The company originates in the GWR broad gauge era, Mr Butler being appointed by Mr Brunel to run the timber treatment plant in Bristol. Later forming his own company Butlers are still operating today as suppliers of industrial oil products like heating oil.
£16.02
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(Product Ref #98183)
Dapol OO Wm. Butler, Tar Distillers of Bristol Rectangular Tank Wagon No.73 4F-032-015
Wm. Butlers' tar tankers are well-known, a photograph of one frequently being used to illustrate the rectangular tank wagon design.
These tank wagons were used to collect coal tar, a by-product of coal gas production, for refining to extract more useful petro-chemical products. Butlers' operated works in the cities of Bristol and Gloucester and these tar wagons would have travelled widely across the west of England, West Midlands and Welsh borders to collect raw materials from town gas companies to supply the refining plants.
The Butler company originated in the GWR broad gauge era, Mr Butler being appointed by Mr Brunel to run the GWRs' timber treatment plant in Bristol. Later Mr Butler formed his own company, taking over the Bristol works and the company is still operating today as suppliers of industrial oil products like heating oil.
4F-032-005 Picture Shown.
£14.40
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(Product Ref #69502)
Dapol OO Gauge 4F-032-017 T H Harvey Rectangular Tank Wagon No.9
£14.99
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(Product Ref #100636)
Dapol OO B W Co. 4-Plank Open Wagon with Coal Load 4F-040-001
A 4-plank open wagon painted in the red livery of B W company.
This wagon is marked for return to Radstock on the Somerset and Dorset railway.
£10.75
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(Product Ref #33006)
Dapol OO Arnold Sands 711 4-Plank Open Wagon 4F-040-019
£10.61
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(Product Ref #100425)
Dapol OO E A Robinson, Bognor 5-plank Open Wagon 4F-052-005
A model of a 5-plank open coal wagon in the livery of Bognor coal merchant E A Robinson.
Model features a new bodyshell mounted on the new Dapol wood solebar 9-feet wheelbase chassis.
£11.13
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(Product Ref #80082)
Dapol OO Edward Langford 5-Plank Open Coal Wagon 4F-052-009
5 plank open coal wagon operated by Edward Langford
£11.15
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(Product Ref #97654)
Dapol OO Thomas, Cam 5-Plank Open Wagon 4F-052-025
Dapol OO Gauge 4F-052-025 5 plank open wagon Thomas of Cam, Gloucestershire.
The small station of Cam on the Dursley branch was situated to one side of a road crossing between the road and the large Cam woollen mill. On the opposite side of the road to the station platform was a 'public siding' which served the towns' merchants, including coal merchant Mr Thomas.
This model replicates Mr. Thomas' wagons painted in a black livery with white lettering.
£11.15
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(Product Ref #68087)
Dapol OO Leamington Priors 8 Plank Wagon with Coal Load 4F-080-003
Leamington Priors Gas Company, Royal Leamington Spa
£11.23
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(Product Ref #59963)
Dapol OO Lowell Baldwin Ltd. 9 Plank Open Coal Wagon 4F-090-001
A large coal factor company, Lowell Baldwin of Bristol supplied coal to many industrial consumers, justifying the purchase of these large capacity wagons. The higher capacity were ideal wagons for delivering coal for the boilers of many industries and town gas plant, where large quantities of coal were required daily.
20-ton capacity coal wagons became more popular in the 1930's, as the railway companies offered a better rate per ton for coal haulage in these larger wagons. The railway company gained in efficiency, moving fewer wagons needed less locomtoive power and less shunting to deliver the same weight of coal loaded in older 10-ton wagons. To assist with unloading these high-capacity wagons two doors were fitted in each side, plus end and often four bottom hatch doors.
£11.23
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Dapol OO Harrogate Gas Company 9-Plank 20-Ton Open Wagon 4F-090-102
A nicely detailed model of a 20-ton 9-plank wood body wagon in the livery of the Harrogate Gas Company.
Town gas production required a steady supply of coal and the larger the plant the larger the quantities needed! Several gas companies purchased large 20-ton wagons as these offered a better load capacity vs tare weight and reduced the total number of wagons (and therefore cost of maintenance) required when compared to 7-plank 10/12 ton wagons.

£11.23
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(Product Ref #58497)

A completely new OO model of the rectangular type tank wagon from Dapol. This model is painted in the red colours used by Smith & Forrest of Manchester.

£10.00
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(Product Ref #69514)

A detailed model of a 7 plank open coal wagon operated by John Bennet & Co., owners of the Cam & Huntingford flour mills.
This model uses Dapols' new tooling with 9-feet wheelbase chassis, metal wheels and NEM coupler pockets.

£9.75
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(Product Ref #56857)
Oxford Rail & Golden Valley Hobbies OO Gauge GV6013 Pack of 3 British Steel BSC 7 Plank Open Mineral Wagons
Pack of 3 7 plank open wagons lettered BSC for British Steel being produced by Golden Valley Hobbies as a companion to their Janus diesel shunter model. Each wagon will have a different number.

£29.99
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(Product Ref #43263)
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW4006 United No 6439 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon
New model announced by Oxford Rail for 2016 production.

Oxford Rail have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.

The diminutive North British 4 plank coal wagon is presented in United Collieries, Glasgow company colours. Wagon No 6439. Model features fine moulded detail and NEM Coupling pockets.
£9.95
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(Product Ref #3791)
The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".
The new Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
Model finished in the unusual green livery of the Weymouth and District Cooperative Society, a large distributor of coal to society' members in the district, wagon number 19.
Photo of OR76MW7004 Shown.
£10.95
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(Product Ref #2862)
Oxford Rail OO F Warren & Co, London 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon OR76MW7007
Oxford Diecast have announced two additions to their Oxford Rail range of open wagons.

F Warren and Company were coal merchants in London during the later part of the 19th century, the firm merging with the company of fellow merchant Thomas Coote to form Coote & Warren in 1908.

The Oxford Rail model is a standard RCH design 12-Ton mineral wagon following the 1923 standard, which defined the strength and design details for a 7 plank wagon to be built from parts to a standard set of dimensions. The use of RCH parts allowed repairs to be effected quickly using parts irrespective of the manufacturer, keeping wagons on the move and not waiting for parts. RCH 7 plank wagons were the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923 with a universal length of 16'6", width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The new Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

£9.95
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(Product Ref #33735)
Oxford Rail OO Crippin's Arley Coal, Wigan 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon 1027 OR76MW7011
Oxford Rail OR76MW7011 OO Gauge 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon Crippins' Arley Coal, Wigan no.1027
£9.95
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(Product Ref #99024)
Oxford Rail OO Bamfurlog & Mains Collieries, Wigan 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon 1482 OR76MW7012
Oxford Rail OR76MW7012 OO Gauge 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon Bamfurlong & Mains Collieries, Wigan no.1482
£9.95
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(Product Ref #99025)
Oxford Rail OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon Set Fear Bros 87-Leamington 14-Welford 38 Weathered OR76MW7029
£29.95
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(Product Ref #101178)
Oxford Diecast OO Warwell A Wagon British Steel Corporation DM748305 Diamond Bogies OR76WW003

A detailed model of the depressed centre Warwell wagons built during WW2 to carry US-built Sherman tanks and other military vehicles between the factories and west coast importing ports to the embarkation ports along the south coast. The depressed centre well was needed to keep the higher vehicles inside the restricted British loading gauge, but the wagons were built with sloping end ramps and bridge plates so vehicles could be driven along the length of a train for rapid loading and unloading.
Following the invasion many of these wagons were transferred to France to keep the advancing front line supplied with replacement armoured vehicles, which would often have a low maximum road speed.

After WW2 the Ministry of Defence retained a small fleet of these wagons for moving military vehicles, some being rebuilt in the late 1970s with modern bogies and air train brakes. The remainder were passed to British Railways ownership, being used as well wagons for high or heavy loads and in engineering service.

This model is finished as a wagon with the original diamond frame bogies now fitted with bolsters to provide level supports for carrying lengths of steel, making good use of the 50-tons carrying capacity.
£26.99
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(Product Ref #101195)
Topham, Jones and Railton were a firm of contractors in London. Their wagons were painted in a bright golden ochre livery, probably as their wagons would often be seen at stations frequented by the companys' customers, or potential customers.

4-plank wagons were often used for the conveyance of stone for building construction. The lower sides helped avoid the wagons being overloaded.
£9.99
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A detailed model of a 5 plank open coal wagon operated by Chesterfield based colliery agent Nathanial Atrill.

£10.25
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£10.99
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Hornby OO Westleigh Stone & Lime Co. Ltd, Bulescombe, Devon 4 Plank Open Wagon R6743
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6743 Westleigh Stone & Lime Company 4 Plank Open Wagon
A nicely finished model of a 4 plank open wagon operated by the Westleigh Stone and Lime Company of Burlescombe, Devon.
Wagon number 45.
£15.99
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(Product Ref #8386)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6745 Hingley & Sons Ltd. 4 Plank Open Wagon
A nicely finished model of Hingley & Sons 4 plank open wagon 14 used to supply the companys' Old Hill furnaces which were connected with the GWR at Netherton.
4 plank wagons were built in the early years after the formation of the main rail network in the Victorian era. Usually these wagons carried just 8 tons, a quantity which suited many smaller coal merchants.
£15.99
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(Product Ref #25916)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6746 Stephens & Company 4 Plank Open Wagon
A nicely finished model of a 4 plank open wagon operated by Stephens and Company of Kidwelly serving the companys' brick works producing silcia refractory bricks used for lining the ovens and furnaces used for making iron and steel.
£15.99
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(Product Ref #47546)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6752 Cory Brothers & Company 6 Plank Open Wagon

A nicely finished model of Cory Brothers of Cardiff 6 plank open wagon 3262.
Cory Brothers were among the largest coal distribution companies in the age of steam and coal fired cooking in Britains' homes. The company owned a large fleet of railway wagons and operated a small fleet of coastal ships in the coal trade. The company is still in business today providing maritime logistics services and as shipping agents.
6 plank wagons offered an increased volume capacity over the 5 plank wagon, allowing a greater load to be carried. Later the use of narrower timbers saw the 6 plank design evolove into a 7 plank wagon of similar internal dimensions.
£14.99
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(Product Ref #4953)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6753 Corker & Bevan 6 Plank Open Wagon

A nicely finished model of a 6 plank open wagon operated by Corker & Bevan of Swansea. The partners used their wagons to advertise the range of coals they could supply for commercail consumers in a range of businesses.
Wagon number 106.
6 plank wagons offered an increased volume capacity over the 5 plank wagon, allowing a greater load to be carried. Later the use of narrower timbers saw the 6 plank design evelove into a 7 plank wagon of similar internal dimensions.
£14.99
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(Product Ref #25930)
Hornby OO Richard White & Sons, Evehsam 7 Plank Open Wagon R6757
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6757 7 Plank Open Wagon Richard White & Sons
Richard White had a number of eye-catching liveries on his wagons, including 109 painted in bright blue with the company title in a 'hump' form, increasing in letter size over the door.
£14.99
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(Product Ref #25940)
Hornby OO Field and Mackay Clee Hill Basalt Ltd. 3 Plank Wagon R6804
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6804 3 Plank Open Wagon Field and Mackay Clee Hill Basalt Ltd.
Model of a 3-plank open wagon operated by Field and Mackay under the Clee Hill Basalt company name from the Titterstone quarries near Ludlow.
£13.99
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(Product Ref #45739)
Bachmann OO Farndon of Rugby 5-Plank Open Wagon 37-064
£10.00
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A nicely detailed model of a 5 plank open coal wagon operated by the Radstock, North Somerset colliery group comprising the Writhlington, Kilmersdon and Foxcote collieries. This wagon has a large letter W on the door, believed to indicate the wagon should be returned empty to the Writhlington colliery yard.

Radstock was served by the Great Western and Somerset & Dorset (Midland/LMS & LSWR/SR) railways, providing the colliery companies with direct access to a wide range of market destinations.

Era 3.

£14.95
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(Product Ref #82614)
Bachmann OO Coal Trader Triple Pack 7 Plank Private Owner Wagons Weathered 37-095A
Set of three seven-plank open coal wagons in private owner liveries.
These wagons show evidence of some hard service in minerals traffic and various bodywork repairs.
£42.50
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(Product Ref #21740)

Detailed model of a slope-sided steel mineral wagon operated by the Boston Deep Sea Fishing company.

This company had operated private owner wagons to supply coal for the Boston fishing fleet for many years. The wagons would also occasionally visit other ports when one of the Boston boats had called in after following the fish around the coast.

The slope sided 16-ton steel minerals were a private venture design by wagon builders Charles Roberts. A number of private owners purchased wagons to this design, the steel construction being expected to have a longer service life and lower maintenance demands than wood bodied wagons.

£14.95
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(Product Ref #8969)
Bachmann OO Pease & Partners 14-ton tank wagon 37-662
A good model of the 14-ton tank wagon from the steam era.
This model represents one of these tank wagons operated by Pease & Partners.
£9.99
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(Product Ref #48362)
Dapol OO Spillers Flour Steel Body Covered Van 4F-013-027
The GWR introduced steel bodied covered vans in the early 20th century.
Spillers flour ordered a batch of these vans as they offered much better and secure�weather protection than wooden bodied wagons of the period.
£10.80
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(Product Ref #81360)
Blue Circle Portland Cement Iron Box Van
Dapol OO gauge Blue Circle Portland Cement Iron Box Van 4F-013-037
These bright yellow vans complete with the well known blue circle logo were found all over the British railway network for many years, delivering bagged cement to local goods yards for builders merchants. The cement companies purchased iron bodied box vans as these offered more secure protection from weather and moisture, essential to ensure the cement arrived without damage.
£10.80
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(Product Ref #102038)
Dapol OO Ferrocrete Portland Cement Iron Box Van 4F-013-023
These bright yellow Ferrocrete vans were found all over the British railway network for many years, delivering bagged cement to local goods yards for builders merchants. The cement companies purchased iron bodied box vans as these offered more secure protection from weather and moisture, essential to ensure the cement arrived without damage.
£10.80
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(Product Ref #63568)
Dapol OO Crawshay Borthers Covered Lime Wagon Merthyr Tydfil 4F-017-009
A very neat model of the covered lime wagon from Dapol with good side and roof door detail. This model is in the pale yellow livery of Crawshay Brothers and will be equiped with the new Dapol NEM coupler pockets along with a new running number.

The Crawshay familiy had business interest in a range of companies and activities relating to the iron production, coal and mineral extraction in South Wales and the Forest of Dean. Their wagons carried the produce of their mines and quarries to customers across Britain.
£10.61
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(Product Ref #84026)
Dapol OO Lime Wagon Glan-Yr-Afon 4F-017-013
A very neat model of the covered lime wagon from Dapol with good side and roof door detail.
£10.61
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(Product Ref #53130)
Dapol OO Independent Milk Supplies 6-Wheel Milk Tank 4F-031-011
Model of a 6-wheel milk tank wagon with a red-brown painted tank owned by Independent Milk Supplies.
These 6-wheeled tank wagons were designed to run at express train speeds, ensuring that the fresh milk was conveyed swiftly to Britains major cities. Often a daily round trip was operated from country dairy to London and back. These wagons are ideal tail traffic for your branch and local passenger trains, providing extra shunting for your trains to perform.
£14.95
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(Product Ref #58246)
Dapol OO Clee Hill Granite 4-Plank Open Wagon 4F-040-003
A nice model of a 4-plank open wagon as operated by the Clee Hill Granite company of Ludlow Shropshire.
£10.61
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(Product Ref #69513)
Dapol OO Renwick & Wilton, Torquay & Dartmouth 5 Plank Open Wagon 4F-051-005
Detailed model of one of the 5 plank open wagons operated by Devon coal mercahnts and factors Renwick & Wilton.
This Torquay based company had a large business serving private and commercial customers, including contracts to supply several local gas and electricity generation plants in Devon. A considerable number of wagons were operated to supply all of the contracts held across the South West of England and the companys' wagons travelled widely to obtain the coals required.
£10.61
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(Product Ref #50543)
Dapol OO Viner 5 Plank Weathered Wagon 4F-051-020
£11.65
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5 plank open coal wagon in the livery of Alfred Jukes.

£11.13
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(Product Ref #95860)
Dapol OO Buckley Junction Metalic Brick 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon 4F-071-148
Dapol 4F-071-148 OO Gauge 4F-071-148 Buckley Junction Metalic Brick Co 7 Plank Wagon No 24
£10.60
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Model of a 5-plank open coal wagon as operated by Nathl Atrill, colliery agents of Chesterfield.
£9.75
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(Product Ref #5067)
Golden Valley Hobbies OO NCB 7 Plank Open Coal Wagons Pack of 3 GV6012
Oxford Rail & Golden Valley Hobbies OO Gauge GV6012 Pack of 3 NCB 7 Plank Open Coal Wagons
Pack of 3 NCB lettered 7 plank open wagons being produced by Golden Valley Hobbies as a companion to their Janus diesel shunter model. Each wagon will have a different number.
£29.95
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(Product Ref #43377)
Oxford Rail OO Leamington Priors Gas Company 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon No.10 OR76MW002
Oxford Rail OO OR76MW002 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon Leamington Priors Gas Company.

Oxford Diecast 
are pleased to announce the expansion of the Oxford Rail range with the development of a new 7 Plank wagon with six owners due for release during the latter half of 2015

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".
The new Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

Model finished in the red livery of the Leamington Priors Gas Company whose works was situated adjacent to the Grand Union canal in Leamington Spa, wagon number 10.
£9.95
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(Product Ref #2864)
Oxford Rail OO E Welford & Son, Oxford 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon No.44 OR76MW003
Oxford Rail OO OR76MW003 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon E Welford & Son, Oxford.


Oxford Diecast 
are pleased to announce the expansion of the Oxford Rail range with the development of a new 7 Plank wagon with six owners due for release during the latter half of 2015

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".
The new Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

Model finished in the red livery of E Welford & Son, coal merchants of Oxford, wagon number 44.
£9.95
Available from shops: Bristol: 1
(Product Ref #2863)
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW7018 7 Plank Wagon Barton & Company of Wrexham 321

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
£9.95
Available from shops: Gloucester: 1
(Product Ref #76977)
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW7023 7 Plank Mineral Wagon Pearson & Knowles

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
£9.95
Available from shops: Cardiff: 1, Coventry: 1
(Product Ref #100402)

Model of a 4 plank open wagone operated by Stoneycombe from Newton Abbot, Devon.

£10.25
Available from shops: Cardiff: 1
(Product Ref #7095)

Hornby 2015 Conflat & Container Wagon - R6717

  • Finish: Pristine
  • Length: 100mm
  • Livery: Hornby
  • £9.99
    Available from shops: Stroud: 1
    (Product Ref #47520)
    Hornby OO Morton & Storer Coal & Lime Merchants of Sheffield 3 Plank Open Wagon No.18 R6741
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6741 Morten & Storer Coal & Lime Merchants of Sheffield 3 Plank Open Wagon No.18

    A nicely finished model of a 3 plank open wagon operated by Morten & Storer of Sheffield supplying their business as coal and lime merchants.
    It is unlikely that a low-sided wagon would be used for coal transport, so this wagon probably worked in connection with the merchants' lime business, probably conveying lime in bags and limestone, a useful catalyst for the production of quality steel.
    £11.99
    Available from shops: Cardiff: 1
    (Product Ref #25927)
    Hornby OO Granomac Breidden Hil Granite 3 Plank Wagon R6805
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge 3 Plank Open Wagon Granomac
    Model of a 3 plank open wagon operated under the Granomac brand name from the Breidden Hill granite quarries at Criggion in North Wales.
    £13.99
    Available from shops: Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Stroud: 1
    (Product Ref #36721)
    Hornby OO Crystalite Billiard Balls 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon R6810
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6810 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon Crystalite
    A most unusual livery for a coal wagon, this wagon was owned by a coal factory company with contracts to supply the factory producing 'Crystalite' billiard balls, which were a manufactured alternative to the use of ivory to produce billiard balls. This wagon was painted as a mobile advertising hording for the client's products.
    £15.99
    Available from shops: Bristol: 1, Gloucester: 1
    (Product Ref #86145)
    Hornby OO Phillips, George & Co 7 Plank Open Wagon R6813
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6813 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon, Phillips, George & Co of Cardiff, Aberdare & Swansea
    Model of 7 plank open coal wagon 251 owned Phillips, George and company who operated depots in Cardiff, Aberdare and Swansea.
    £15.99
    Available from shops: Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Stroud: 1
    (Product Ref #76987)
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6814 6 Plank Open Wagon Huntley & Palmers
    6 plank open wagon painted in the livery of world-renown Reading biscuit producers Huntley and Palmers.
    £15.99
    Available from shops: Cardiff: 1, Coventry: 1, Plymouth: 1
    (Product Ref #3598)
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6816 6 Plank Open Coal Wagon Crynant Colliery Company
    Model of a 6 plank open coal wagon operated by the Crynant Colliery company of Neath.
    £15.99
    Available from shops: Cardiff: 2
    (Product Ref #69909)

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 33-179B Shaka Salt 10-Ton Covered Salt Wagon Weathered

    During the steam era the salt companies operated a fleet of simple, ridge-roofed wagons designed to provide wetaher protection for the products while being transported by rail.
    The wagons were based on the RCH 7 or 8 plank open wagon design, usually with cupbaord type doors in place of the coal wagon drop flap door, with extended ends forming an end gable supporting the roof ridge. Due to their specialist service these wagons were not pooled and continued as privately owned wagons into the British Railways period.

    This model is finished as a wagon in service with the Shaka Salt company and has a heavily weathered finish, typical of wagons running in the years after WW2 and into the 1950s.

    Eras 3-5, 1923-1966.

    £16.95
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    A nicely detailed model of the 10-ton covered salt wagon with crisply printed lettering.

    These covered wagons with a distinctive peaked roof delivered bulk salt across the British railway network.

    £16.95
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    (Product Ref #48395)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-039 5 Plank Steel Floor Open Wagon Helwith Bridge Road Stone Quarry. Weathered with Wagon Load.
    Model announced 2016. Price to be advised.

    A detailed model of a 5 plank private owner open wagon operated by the Helwith Bridge Road Stone Quarry company.
    Wagon supplied complete with a load and weathered finish.

    Era 3. 1923-1947
    £17.95
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    (Product Ref #43905)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-040 5 Plank Steel Floor Open Wagon ICI Lime Ltd. Weathered with Wagon Load.

    A detailed model of a 5 plank private owner open wagon operated by Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) in connection with the conglomerates' lime business, ICI (Lime) Ltd.
    Wagon supplied complete with a load and weathered finish.

    Era 3. 1923-1947
    £17.95
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    (Product Ref #57199)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-071 5 Plank Open Wagon Cumberland Tarred Slag Ltd. Weathered with Wagon Load.
    Model announced 2016. Price to be advised.

    A detailed model of a 5 plank private owner open wagon operated by the Cumberland Tarred Slag company and marked for return to Siddick Junction on the LMS.
    Wagon supplied complete with a load and weathered finish.

    Era 3. 1923-1947
    £17.95
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    (Product Ref #63833)

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-072 5 Plank Open Wagon W.H.Wallis & Company.

    A detailed model of a 5 plank private owner open wagon operated by W.H.Wallis & compan of Evesham, Worcestershire.

    Era 3. 1923-1947

    £14.95
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    (Product Ref #82612)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-073 5 Plank Open Wagon Carlisle Southend Co-Operative Society with Wagon Load.
    Model announced 2016. Price to be advised.

    A detailed model of a 5 plank private owner open wagon operated by the Carlisle Southend Co-Operative Society Limited.
    Wagon supplied complete with a load.

    Era 3. 1923-1947
    £17.95
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    (Product Ref #33915)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-092 7 Plank End door Open Coal Wagon Whitwick. Weathered with Wagon Load.

    A detailed model of a 7 plank private owner open wagon operated by Whitwick.
    Wagon supplied complete with a load and weathered finish.

    Era 3. 1923-1947
    £18.95
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    (Product Ref #57205)

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-115 7 Plank Fixed Ends Open Coal Wagon ICI Chance & Hunt Ltd. Oldbury.
    Model announced 2016. Price to be advised.

    A detailed model of a 7 plank private owner open wagon with fixed ends operated by the Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) in connection with Chance & Hunt Ltds' chemical works at Oldbury.

    Era 3. 1923-1947

    £15.95
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    (Product Ref #71364)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-185A 7 Plank End Door Open Coal Wagon with Coke Raves. Cory Brothers & Company, Cardiff. Weathered. BR ex-Private Owner P Series Lettering

    A detailed model of a 7 plank private owner end door open wagon fitted with coke raves formerly operated by Cory Brothers & Company of Cardiff, but now carrying British Railways numbering in the ex-private owner pool series with the prefix letter P. The wagon also carries lettering advertising the coke works, Ffaldau Foundry & Furness Cokes.
    Suitably for an ex-private owner rehabilitated by British Railways this model has a weathered finish with a number of replacement planks.

    Era 4. 1948-1956
    £16.95
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    (Product Ref #40998)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-656A ICI Chemicals 14-Ton tank wagon.

    Model finished in ICI dark blue livery.
    £21.95
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    (Product Ref #48377)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge Esso 14-Ton Oil Tank Wagon Silver Tank

    A nice model of the standard steam era 14-ton oil tank wagon in service with Essio and finished in the silver scheme applied to wagons carrying highly flamible 'class A' products like gasoline petrol.
    £21.95
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    (Product Ref #24269)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-603 Bass Charrington 21-Ton Grain Hopper Wagon Red

    Requiring large quantities and steady supplies of grain several of the large brewers updated their rail wagon fleets with current British Railways design wagons in the 1950s. This wagon is a standard BR 21-ton grain hopper wagon built to an order from Bass Charrington Breweries and painted in their bright red livery.

    This is a new model by Bachmann creating an accurate and highly detailed model of these distinctive wagons.

    Era 5 1957-1966
    £26.95
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    (Product Ref #80812)

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-604 Worthington 21-Ton Grain Hopper Wagon Grey

    Requiring large quantities and steady supplies of grain several of the large brewers updated their rail wagon fleets with current British Railways design wagons in the 1950s. This wagon is a standard BR 21-ton grain hopper wagon built to an order from Worthingtons Breweries and painted in light grey livery.

    This is a new model by Bachmann creating an accurate and highly detailed model of these distinctive wagons.

    Era 5 1957-1966

    £26.95
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    (Product Ref #94000)

    Model of an iron bodied covered box van in the livery of BPCM, the British Portland Cement Manfacturers.

    Cement required to be kept perfectly dry to ensure it arrived in usable condition. Metal bodied vans provided a much greater level of wetaher protection than wooden bodied wagons and the cement companies purchased small fleets of these vans.

    £10.82
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    (Product Ref #77159)
    Dapol OO Blue Circle Portland Cement Steel Box Van 4F-013-104
    The iron or steel bodied box vans originally built by the Great Western Railway proved popular with several private traders, especially cement suppliers whose products required to be kept well away from water!
    This van is based on the later gunpowder van design of all-steel construction and is painted in the bright yellow livery and familiar Blue Circle brand name.
    £10.82
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    (Product Ref #71535)

    The Minera lime company operated a fleet of these covered wagons. The peaked roof of these wagons was quite distinctive and cupboard doors are fitted in place of the usual drop-down door used on an open wagon.

    Lime is used by farmers to adjust the acidity of soils to provide the best possible balance for the crop they intend to grow, so lime wagons would have been seen visiting many small goods yards across Britain with deliveries for estate farms and local agricultral supply businesses.

    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #68896)

    Covered lime wagon operated by the Porthywaen Lime Company of Oswestry.

    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #41887)

    A nicely detailed model of a covered lime wagon in the livery of Peak Lime.

    These wagons had a distinctive ridged roof, a simple addition to a wagon built to the standard open coal design, which provided weather protection for the load.

    This model is available with a weathered finish.

    £11.65
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    (Product Ref #47414)
    Dapol OO Whitecliff Lime Company Covered Lime Wagon 4F-017-015
    An excellent model of a covered lime wagon operated by the Whitecliff Lime Company of Coleford, Gloucestershire. These wagons were fitted with a distinctive peaked roof, ensuring that the lime was well protected from the weather while in transit.
    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #68435)

    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-017-017 Llyncyls Lime Works Covered Lime Wagon 124

    The peaked roof of these wagons was quite distinctive and cupboard doors are fitted in place of the usual drop-down door used on an open wagon.

    Lime is used by farmers to adjust the acidity of soils to provide the best possible balance for the crop they intend to grow, so lime wagons would have been seen visiting many small goods yards across Britain with deliveries for estate farms and local agricultral supply businesses.

    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #100828)

    Peaked roof covered lime wagon in the brown livery of Ricard Brigs & sons, operators of the Bankfield lime works in Clitheroe. Wagon number 190.

    £10.60
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    (Product Ref #76867)

    Model of a covered salt van in the livery of Salt Union.

    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #81361)

    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-018-009 L G W Covered Salt Van

    £10.60
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    (Product Ref #75127)

    A new version of the peak-roofed salt van painted in an advertising livery promoting the Snowdrift Salt brand.

    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #74591)
    Dapol OO S Waterhouse Salt Covered Salt Van 82 4F-018-013
    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-018-013 covered salt van S Waterhouse 82
    Featuring the distinctive peaked roof these vans were built to provide weather protection for cargo likely to be damaged by rain.
    £10.60
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    (Product Ref #49780)

    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-018-023 Salt Van Star Salt No.103

    Featuring the distinctive peaked roof these vans were built to provide weather protection for cargo likely to be damaged by rain.

    Star Salt of Chester operated this bark red painted van, with their name displayed in yellow lettering to advertise their brand and products to passengers as their wagons travelled the rail network.

    £10.60
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    (Product Ref #66719)

    A model of a peak-roofed covered salt van in service with Chance and Hunt.

    Salt required some protection from the weather in transit. The simple solution to this was to provide a peaked roof, fitted to a standard open wagon to keep the rain out. This gave salt wagons a distinctive appearance.

    £11.65
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    (Product Ref #77158)

    Representing the last years of rail milk tank operation this model carries the blue tank and milk lettering applied by the Milk Marketing Board in the 1970's.

    The last regular milk trains ran from Devon and Cornwall to London. These fast and important trains were often entrusted to the powerful Western class diesel hydraulics until that class was replaced by class 47 and 50 locomotives in the mid-70's.

    £14.98
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    (Product Ref #56854)
    Dapol OO IMS 6-Wheel Milk Tank Wagon 4F-031-007
    A detailed model of the 6-wheel express milk tank wagon painted in the sky blue IMS livery.
    £14.98
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    (Product Ref #69507)
    £14.95
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    (Product Ref #69511)
    Dapol OO Express Dairy 6-Wheel Milk Tank Wagon 4F-031-017
    £14.95
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    (Product Ref #68630)

    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-031-019 United Dairies 6 Wheel Milk Tank Wagon

    Dapol have produced an excellent model of the distinctive 6-wheel milk tank wagons introduced in the 1930s for bulk milk delivery to city bottling plants.

    Specially built to run at express passenger train speeds these tanks worked a daily round trip from country dairies to Britain's major cities and back and could be coupled to mainline passenger trains for rapid forwarding.

    Ideal for branch lines as 'tail traffic' on the branch passenger train and as an interesting mainline express train variation.


    £14.95
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    (Product Ref #52818)
    6-wheel milk tank wagon with the tank painted in the CWS' usual red livery.
    £14.98
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    (Product Ref #85895)
    United Dairies tank carried on a chassis owned by the Southern Railway. This model is an excellent companion to Hornby's M7 class tank engines, which would have hauled these wagons to loading dairies in the countryside of southern England.
    £14.98
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    (Product Ref #63831)

    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-031-029 Co-op Milk 6 wheel express milk tank wagon 165

    £14.98
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    (Product Ref #62189)
    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-031-037 Co-op London 6 Wheel Milk Tank wagon
    Painted in the red livery of the Co-operative Wholesale Society and lettered 'Pure New Milk' for the Royal Arsenal Co-operative society at Woolwich.
    £14.98
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    (Product Ref #57837)

    Rectangular tank wagon in the slate grey colours of Clare & Co., a Liverpool based chemicals company.

    This wagon is fitted with metal wheels and NEM coupler pockets.

    £14.98
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    (Product Ref #80304)
    Dapol OO Yorkshire & Lincolnshire Tar Distillters Rectangular Oil Tank Wagon 4F-032-013
    Rectanguler oil tank wagon painted in the black livery of the Yorkshire & Lincolnshire Tar Distillation Company based at Gunness-on-Trent

    £14.98
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    (Product Ref #75989)
    Dapol OO Cadbury Bourneville 24-Ton Coal Hopper Wagon 4F-033-100
    The Cadbury company set up a modern chocolate factory at Bournville, Birmingham. To feed the furnaces the company invested in a small fleet of hopper wagons, greatly simplifying the emptying of wagons on arrival.
    This model is painted in the companys' usual light blue colour with yellow lettering.
    £11.44
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    (Product Ref #67741)
    Dapol OO Bolsover 20-Ton Steel Open Mineral Wagon 4F-038-100
    The 20-ton coal wagon had been in use for many years, but became more widespread with the introdcution of these steel bodied wagons in the 1930s.
    Bolsover was one of the large coal distributors, able to make use of large capacity wagons, having them painted in red oxide with the company name spelt out in an arch on the side.
    £11.13
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    (Product Ref #68365)
    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-038-108 20-ton steel open wagon Cambrian Wagon Works

    Most wagon builders owned a fleet of wagons for lease and painted up 'sample' wagons for trade exhibitions. The Cambian Wagon Works produced a number of show wagons over the years, providing a sample of their finest craftsmanship in construction and lettering. These wagons were then leased out on short-term hire in the wagon companys' livery.
    £11.10
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    (Product Ref #28638)
    Dapol OO Harry Whitehouse, Stourport 5 Plank Open Wagon 4F-051-001
    Model of a 5 plank open wagon painted in the red livery of Harry Whitehouse of Stourport, a supplier of the fine sand used to create moulds for producing metal castings.
    This wagon is supplied with a sand load.
    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #77026)

    A neatly detailed 5-plank open wagon in the slate grey livery of the Cliffe Hill Granite Co. based in Markfield, near Leicester. The company painted it's wagons to advertise their products to the travelling public. This wagon carries an advert for paving stone, one of many uses for the hard wearing granite and details of the company's agents in Mirfield.

    Dapol have produced a stone load to represent granite quarried by the Cliffe Hill company.

     

    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #58244)

    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-051-025 Pwllheli Granite 5 plank open wagon 82

    5 plank open wagon model finished as Pwllheli Granite company wagon 82

    This north Wales granite company operated several quarries, listing Minffordd and Gimlet Rock on the sides of their wagons. Granite was extensively used for road building from the Victorian era onwards, blocks of this hard-wearing stone being used by tramway companies to pave their tracks.

    £10.60
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    (Product Ref #58498)

    5 plank open coal wagon in the livery of the Minera Lime company.

    Lime manufacture required supplies of limestone and coal to fire the kilns. As local supplies were used up raw material had to be sourced from quarries and collieries farther away and several lime companies owned a small fleet of open wagons to ensure the kilns were kept running.

    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #67273)

    Featuring all new tooling including a 9-feet wheelbase wood frame style chassis this wagon carries the red livery of Stevens &Co. a large firm of coal merchants and factors based in Oxford.

    Stevens were a large firm who grew their business by taking over locations and business from other coal merchants as they wished to sell up or retire. The company operated from locations all across the Midlands and home counties, having several depots in Gloucestershire and Warwickshire.

    £11.13
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    (Product Ref #73933)
    Dapol OO F H Silvey, Fishponds Bristol 5-plank Open Wagon 4F-052-007
    Dapol are releasing a new version of the F H Silvey liveried wagon featuring their new 5-plank body and 9-feet wheelbase wood style chassis. This model will carry a different running number to previous releases, representing another wagon in the large fleet of this Bristol coal supplier.
    Based in the Fishponds area of Bristol, home to many engineering firms including locomotive builders' Pecketts, F H Silvey operated an extensive fleet of wagons. Coal was obtained to supply both the boilers and forges of heavy industry and the homes of the workers. The wagon fleet was kept busy year-round, fetching coal from Yorkshire and Kent as well as local sources in Somerset and Gloucestershire.
    £11.14
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    (Product Ref #80083)
    Dapol OO Edward Langford 5-Plank Open Coal Wagon 4F-052-010
    5 plank open coal wagon operated by Edward Langford
    £12.15
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    (Product Ref #98185)

    Featuring Dapols' new 9-feet wheelbase wood rame chassis with NEM coupler pockets.

    Model of a 5-plank open coal wagon as operated by coal merchant Marshall of Blair Atholl.

    £11.13
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    (Product Ref #77865)
    7 plank open coal and mineral wagon in the livery of the Blue Circle Cement company.

    Cement manufacture requires a steady supply of limestone, clay, sand and coal to keep the continuously running kiln fed with the correct mix of materials and fuel. Most of the cement companies operated a small feel of open wagons to ensure regular supplies were available.
    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #34137)

    We believe this model will be Black Park Colliery, Ruabon wagon number 825.

    Photo to follow when available.

    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #99433)
    Dapol OO Cardigan Mercantile 7 Plank Open Wagon 4F-071-134
    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-071-134 7 Plank Open Wagon Cardigan Mercantile.
    £10.60
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    (Product Ref #43086)
    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-071-142 United 7 plank open coal wagon 3154


    £10.60
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    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-071-146 Twin pack of 7 plank open coal wagons Ton Phillip Rhondda (Bridgend) and Bute Merthyr (Cardiff)

    Pack of two South Wales colliery company 7 plank open coal wagons.
    £20.00
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    (Product Ref #37971)

    This model features the new Dapol 7-plank open wagon body with fixed ends and 9-feet wheelbase chassis incorporating NEM coupler mounting pockets.

    This model replicates wagon 17 in the fleet of Somerset coal merchant Small & Son. This was a family concern which grew to deal in farm produce and supplies as well as coal, describing their business as coal, corn, forage & lime merchants. Depots were operated in Taunton, Tiverton Junction, Thornfalcon (Chard branch) and Norton (Fitzwarren), serving the rural and aggricultral communities of West Somerset and North Devon.

    £11.23
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    (Product Ref #79058)
    Dapol OO Gregory 7 Plank Open Wagon 4F-072-009
    £11.23
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    (Product Ref #37968)
    Dapol 4F-080-116 8 Plank Open Wagon Laporte 57

    Model of an 8 plank open coal wagon finished as Laporte wagon 57.
    £11.23
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    (Product Ref #81359)

    Dapol OO 4F-090-104 9 Plank 2o-ton Open Wagon Gas Light & Coke Co.

    A nice model of a 20-ton capacity wooden body coal wagon in the grey livery of The Gas Light & Coke Co. wagon number 763.
    These long wheelbase wagons had two drop doors fitted each side, plus bottom hatch doors. The larger wagon body offered a higher load capacity than short-wheelbase wagons (20 tons compared to 10/12 tons) with only a small increase in empty tare weight. 20-ton wagons were particularly useful for consumers of large quantities of coal like gas and electric power plants.

    £11.23
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    (Product Ref #54709)
    Unpainted 7-plank open wagon model. Ideal for producing your own models.
    £7.18
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    (Product Ref #57256)

    Oxford Rail & Golden Valley Hobbies OO Gauge GV6014 Pack of 3 British Petroleum 7 Plank Open Wagons

    Pack of 3 7 plank open wagons lettered BP for British Petroleum being produced by Golden Valley Hobbies as a companion to their Janus diesel shunter model. Each wagon will have a different number.

    £29.99
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    (Product Ref #5344)

    Oxford Rail & Golden Valley Hobbies OO Gauge GV6015 Pack of 3 Port of London Authority (PLA) 7 Plank Open Mineral Wagons

    Pack of 3 7 plank open wagons lettered PLA for Port of London Authority being produced by Golden Valley Hobbies as a companion to their Janus diesel shunter model. Each wagon will have a different number.

    £29.99
    Next Warehouse Delivery:Jan 25
    (Product Ref #43360)

    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW4002 R Taylor & Sons, Dundee 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon
    New model announced by Oxford Rail for 2016 production.

    Oxford Rail appear to have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.
    this model is finished as wagon 272 in the fleet of R Taylor and Sons Ltd. of Dundee, one of a number of coal companies purchasing these robustly built wagons.

    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #86726)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW4003 Wilsons & Clyde, Netherburn 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon
    New model announced by Oxford Rail for 2016 production.

    Oxford Rail appear to have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.
    This model is finished as wagon 127 in the fleet of Wilsons & Clyde of Netherburn, one of a number of coal companies purchasing these robustly built wagons.
    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #86725)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW4004 Hamilton Palace Colliery 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon
    New model announced by Oxford Rail for 2016 production.

    Oxford Rail appear to have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.
    This model is finished as Hamilton Palace Colliery wagon 153, one of a number of colliery owned wagons built to the robust Jubilee design.
    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #86724)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW4005 Lothian Coal 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon
    New model announced by Oxford Rail for 2016 production.

    Oxford Rail have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.

    The diminutive North British 4 plank coal wagon is presented in Lothian Coal Co., Newbattle company colours. Wagon No 792. Model features fine moulded detail and NEM Coupling pockets.

    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #5133)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge 4 Plank Mineral Wagon LNER 155629 (ex NBR) OR76MW4007
    New model announced by Oxford Rail for 2017 production.

    Oxford Rail have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.
    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #100394)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge 4 Plank Mineral Wagon Greenhill Colliery No.334 OR76MW4008
    New model announced by Oxford Rail for 2017 production.

    Oxford Rail have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.
    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #100393)
    Oxford Rail OO Shirebrook Colliery Mansfield 7 Plank Open Wagon 1226 OR76MW7009
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon Shirebrook Colliery, Mansfield no.1226
    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #99013)
    Oxford Rail OO John Facer & Co London 7 Plank Open Wagon 505 OR76MW7010
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon John Facer & Co. London no.505
    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #99014)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW7017 7 Plank Wagon Wigan Coal & Iron Co A147

    The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

    The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #39794)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW7018 7 Plank Wagon Fulton & Co. Ltd. of London 602

    The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

    The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #39792)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW7021 7 Plank Mineral Wagon Kobo No15

    The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

    The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
    £9.95
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    (Product Ref #100401)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW7022 7 Plank Mineral Wagon Rickett - 3 Disc Wheel
    £10.95
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    (Product Ref #101169)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW7024 Steetley and Co Llynclys 7 Plank Wagon
    £10.95
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    (Product Ref #101170)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge Rhigos Anthracite Cardiff No. 260 7 Plank OR76MW7025
    £10.95
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    (Product Ref #101171)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge Jas McKelvie London No. 2082 7 Plank Wagon OR76MW7026
    £10.95
    Available Soon (Website:0)
    (Product Ref #101175)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge Milner Thomas and Co  London No. 1000 7 Plank Wagon OR76MW7027
    £10.95
    Available Soon (Website:0)
    (Product Ref #101176)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge Cahtterley-Whitfield Tunstall No. 1933 7 Plank Wagon OR76MW7028
    £10.95
    Available Soon (Website:0)
    (Product Ref #101177)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge Bass Burton on Trent No.15 7 Plank Wagon OR76MW7033
    £10.95
    Available Soon (Website:0)
    (Product Ref #102941)
    Oxford Rail OO Class A Tank Wagon BRT Staveley Chemicals No.5485 OR76TKA001
    £19.95
    Available Soon (Website:0)
    (Product Ref #101179)
    Oxford Rail OO Class A Tank Wagon Esso No.4022 Revised Suspension OR76TKA002
    £19.95
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    (Product Ref #101180)
    Oxford Rail OO Class A Tank Wagon Esso No.4022 Original Suspension OR76TKA003
    £19.95
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    (Product Ref #101181)
    Oxford Rail OO Class B Tank Wagon Esso Black Original Suspension No.3300 OR76TKB001
    £19.95
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    (Product Ref #101182)
    Oxford Rail OO Class B Tank Wagon Esso Unbranded Revised Suspension No.47792 OR76TKB002
    £19.95
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    (Product Ref #101184)
    Oxford Rail OO Class B Tank Wagon Regent Revised Suspension No.441 OR76TKB003
    £19.95
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    (Product Ref #101185)

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6744 North Bitchburn Coal Company Ltd. 4 Plank Open Wagon

    Expected 2017

    A nicely finished model of a 4 plank open wagon operated by the North Bitchburn Coal Company of Darlington.
    Wagon number 35.

    4 plank wagons were built in the early years after the formation of the main rail network in the Victorian era. Usually these wagons carried just 8 tons, a quantity which suited many smaller coal merchants.

    £15.99
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    (Product Ref #22001)

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6747 Walter Burt 5 Plank Open Wagon

    Expected 2017

    A nicely finished model of a 5 plank open wagon operated by Bournemouth coal merchant Walter Burt.

    £15.99
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    (Product Ref #8118)

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6748 Foster Wilson 5 Plank Open Wagon

    Expected 2017

    A nicely finished model of a 5 plank open wagon operated by Foster Wilson of Goole.

    £15.99
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    (Product Ref #22710)

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6749 Farndon 5 Plank Open Wagon

    Expected 2017

    A nicely finished model of a 5 plank open wagon operated by Farndon of Rugby.
    Wagon no 18

    £15.99
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    (Product Ref #25914)

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6750 Shap Tarred Grantite 5 Plank Open Wagon

    Expected 2017

    A nicely finished model of a 5 plank open wagon operated by the Shap Tarred Granite company supplying coated roadstone for the making of tarmac road surfaces.
    Wagon no 354

    £15.99
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    (Product Ref #25929)
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6754 London Brick Company 6 Plank Open Wagon

    Expected September 2016

    A nicely finished model of a 6 plank open wagon operated by the London Brick Company to ensure a regular and steady supply of coal for their furnaces.
    Wagon number 988 carries advertising for the companys' Phorpres brand bricks.

    6 plank wagons offered an increased volume capacity over the 5 plank wagon, allowing a greater load to be carried. Later the use of narrower timbers saw the 6 plank design evelove into a 7 plank wagon of similar internal dimensions.
    £14.99
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    (Product Ref #36726)
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6755 7 Plank Open Wagon Gregory

    Model of Gregory 7 plank open coal wagon number 109.
    The companys' wharf was at Kentish Town in North London and served by the Midland Railway.
    £14.99
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    (Product Ref #22711)
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6755 7 Plank Open Wagon Park Gate

    The Park Gate company of Rotherham produced rolled steel sections, though it is likely this 7 plank coal wagon was used to ensure a steady supply for the furnaces needed to heat steel billets for rolling.
    Wagon number 1292
    £14.99
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    (Product Ref #25931)
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6758 7 Plank Open Wagon Arthur Wharton

    Model of Arthur Wharton of Leeds 7 plank open coal wagons number 3018.
    £14.99
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    (Product Ref #36728)
    Hornby OO Carless Petrol 14 Ton Tank Wagon R6770
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6770 14 Ton Oil Tank Wagon Carless Petrol
    A nicely detailed model of a 14 ton oil tank wagon in service with the company of Carless Capel & Leonard, petrol & naptha distillers of Hackney Wick, London. The Carless company originated and owned the product trade name 'petrol' for motor spirit.
    The Carless company, formed in 1859 by Eugene Carless, was one of the earliest oil companies and survives today as Petrochem Carless Ltd.
    £15.99
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    (Product Ref #7540)
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6818 20 Ton Steel Bodied Open Wagon PJ
    £11.49
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    (Product Ref #81141)
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6821 Appleby Iron Co 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon 938
    Coke burns at a higher temperature than basic coal, so is the preferred fuel for iron and steel making.
    £22.99
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    (Product Ref #100937)
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6821A Appleby Iron Co 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon 1162
    Coke burns at a higher temperature than basic coal, so is the preferred fuel for iron and steel making.
    £22.99
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    (Product Ref #100940)
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